Y Block Fordomatc Automatic Transmission Bell Housing on 2040-parts.com
Rio Rancho, New Mexico, United States
1957 312 Y block Fordomatic automatic transmission bell housing. The transmission in the picture was rebuilt and is available on a separate auction. Because the bell housing is removable you can buy an adapter for use with many different engines. Would probably fit many of the mid- 50's to mid 60's Y blocks, FE or small blocks with the 4 bolt pattern removable bell housing , please do your research before purchasing. Payment within 24 hours via Paypal required. Questions? call or text dean 505-414-0617
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